How many times do we hear people say, it will be ok, everything will turn out ok, you will be ok!
Do we believe them? No, maybe it helps us to feel ok in our thoughts but unless the person does something to change our situation they cannot help at all.

Does it make the person saying it to you feel better, as that’s the only thing they can do for you, offer kind words. Should they just not say anything?

Why do we worry about things that we have no control over? Common sense says do not worry, but some cannot help themselves, they probably wish they could. It would be wonderful if when you said, it will be ok, that it really was all ok.

For many people they do not worry about anything, in fact they are so care free they just flow through life. Is that being not responsible or the way to be? All I know is that I wish I did not worry about anything, I know I would be happier!

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  1. 25th September 2013 / 9:15 pm

    Very good to see you again, glad you liked the visit x

  2. 25th September 2013 / 1:55 pm

    Thanks for letting me camp out in your blog for a little while today. I had a great time and tried to leave my campsite as good as when I arrived. I’ll be back!

  3. 21st September 2013 / 2:16 pm

    It seems that most people worry over just about everything these days but what is the point if we are unable to change things.

    I guess offering a positive reaction to someone worrying is just common, and so we must take that as a positive, after all good wishes are better than someone not saying anything. I tend to just go with the flow and not bother with things to the point of it worrying me, but I know others are different, it is just life.

    Hey have a nice day today Nanny Cool and stop worrying, or else? 😉

    Andro xxxx

  4. 14th September 2013 / 10:41 pm

    I try to make a conscious effort not to worry because it can take a toll on my health, but sometimes it’s hard.

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